By Fachri Mirza
GOMBAK, 17 April 2019: A charity hi-tea themed “Princess and Superhero” aimed at raising funds to help kids with special needs at “Pertubuhan Pendidikan Islam Kanak-Kanak Kelainan Upaya Malaysia” (PI3KUM) will be staged this Saturday (20 April) at the Multipurpose Hall, Kulliyyah of Information and Communication Technology (KICT) in IIUM campus here.
The hi-tea is part of the educational charity project organised by internship students of the Department of Communication, following the completion of six educational sessions held earlier with the kids every Friday from 8 March until 12 April. The hi-tea is held in appreciations of the special kids, parents, and teachers.
The kids from PI3KUM and IIUM students from each specialisation of Internship class from Communication Department will be performing at the event from 2 p.m until 4 p.m.
Tickets are priced at RM20 for IIUM students and RM30 for public. Any enquiry to contact Hanis Safiyyah at 011 323 102 19.
All are invited to attend. ***
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